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What to do when your cat is in heat

2018-04-05 12:48:38

Cats are very clever small pets, and now more and more people like to keep cats, but for the cat in heat this matter, many novices are not good, so we will take a look at the cat in heat we should do it.

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Puss

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Sterilization operation

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For small cats raised at home, be sure to pay attention, if it is raised from a young age, then you must consider spaying and neutering things for it in advance. Because kittens begin to become sexually mature by the time they are 6 months old, some cats will show signs of estrus.

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If you don't spay or neuter your cat, it will come into heat regularly. Generally speaking, cats can estrus all year round, but not during the summer dog days, especially in spring and autumn, when they are more in heat, because these two seasons are very suitable for breeding.

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The cat's estrus period is after sexual maturity, every 20 to 28 days will be estrus once, each estrus period is about 3 to 7 days, which requires mating time is about 2 or 3 days. If not adjusted during this period, the cat's temper and temperament will become very bad and difficult to control.

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The best thing to do is to take your cat to a pet hospital and spay or neuter it before it's in heat. Generally speaking, cat neutering surgery is best done at 5 months of age, because at this time the cat is not sexually mature, the risk of this surgery will be much less, and the cat has not experienced heat, and the period of depression after the surgery is very short.

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If you do not want to spay or neuter your cat, you can consider helping it relieve when the cat is in heat. Many experienced cat owners say that they will stimulate the cat's reproductive organs with cotton swabs during the cat's heat period. This practice is to help the cat ovulate and end the cat's heat period as soon as possible.

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Related content learned from experience

Matters needing attention
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Animal protection groups recommend that pets be spayed or neutered

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After sterilization, keep warm to prevent infection

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